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  • The 1917 Revolution: The Organization of the First Totalitarian Dictatorship in Europe 

    Kerensky, Alexander (1968)
    A typed script of a lecture given by Alexander Kerensky during his visit to the Kalamazoo College campus in October 1967. It is possible that this is the text of the last public lecture he gave before his death in 1970. ...
  • 1967 Press Release Announcing Frances Diebold's Retirement 

    Lee, Wono (Kalamazoo College, 1967-06-05)
    This is a press release announcing the retirement of Dr. Frances Diebold, Professor of Biology, after 44 years at Kalamazoo College.
  • The absoluteness of Christianity according to E. Troeltsch 

    Hemmes, Luike Johann, 1888-1976 (1924)
    Luike Hemmes' Ph.D. dissertation written for the University of Chicago in 1924. This version includes some penciled-in annotations, likely by Hemmes, and may have been one of his draft versions prior to the submission of ...
  • Alexander Kerensky and Kalamazoo College Student, 1967 

    Lyttle, Douglas (1967-10)
    A photograph of Alexander Kerensky with Kalamazoo College student Ray Slaughter K'68 during Kerensky's visit to campus in October of 1967. This is photographer Douglas Lyttle's negative no. 8300N-9A.
  • Alexander Kerensky at Kalamazoo College, 1967 

    Lyttle, Douglas (Kalamazoo College, 1967-10)
    A photograph of Alexander Kerensky taken during his visit to Kalamazoo College in October of 1967. This is photographer Douglas Lyttle's negative no. 8300N-21A.
  • Alexander Kerensky at Kalamazoo College, 1967 

    Lyttle, Douglas (1967-10)
    A photograph of Alexander Kerensky taken during his visit to Kalamazoo College in October of 1967. This is photographer Douglas Lyttle's negative no. 8300N-4A.
  • American Baptist Convention Honors Dr. Frances Diebold 

    Lee, Wono (Kalamazoo College, 1968-05-30)
    On May 30, 1968, the American Baptist Convention honored Kalamazoo College's retired Professor of Biology Dr. Frances Diebold for her long years of service in higher education.
  • American Literature's Influence Upon Nagai Kafu 

    Takeda, Katsuhiko (1987)
    The text of a lecture given by Professor Katsuhiko Takeda during Kalamazoo College's Japan Week in the spring of 1987.
  • Called to Greatness 

    Averill, Lloyd J. (Lloyd James), 1923- (2009-01-12)
    A lecture given by Dr. Lloyd J. Averill. The date is unknown.
  • Campus Culture 1962 

    Averill, Lloyd J. (Lloyd James), 1923- (The Council of Protestant Colleges and Universities, 1962)
    The lecture "Campus Culture 1962" was given at the Convocation of Christian Colleges, 1962, by Dr. Lloyd J. Averill. This version was scanned from the Conference's select advance preprints publication.
  • Christ and the Confidence Man 

    Averill, Lloyd J. (Lloyd James), 1923- (2009-01-12)
    A lecture given by Dr. Lloyd J. Averill. The original document is dated "Oct. '64" on the first page.
  • The Climate of Valuing 

    Averill, Lloyd J. (Lloyd James), 1923- (2009-01-12)
    According to an attached memo, Dr. Lloyd J. Averill gave this lecture to both the Association of American Colleges in Atlantic City and a gathering on higher education in Chicago. It was distributed to the Kalamazoo College ...
  • Criticism on Macbeth 

    Cadman, James P. (Kalamazoo College, 1860-06-08)
    The essay "Criticism on Macbeth" written by James P. Cadman, Class of 1863, in his sophomore year.
  • Descendants of Albert May Todd (1850-1931) 

    Nowicki, Stacy, 1973- (2009-04-03)
    Genealogy of Albert May Todd and family. Some files are accessible by authorized Kalamazoo College users only.
  • Diebold Symposium to Feature Biology Research Projects 

    Greenhoe, John (Kalamazoo College, 1998-04-09)
    The Diebold Biology Symposium is a two-day scientific meeting, modeled after an academic conference, which includes a keynote lecture followed by a showing of senior biology majors' research projects, which they complete ...
  • Discerning the Body 

    Start, Lester J., 1919-2001 (1979-11-04)
    Text of sermon given at First Baptist Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, on November 4, 1979.
  • East Asian Studies Program Founding Lecture 

    Strauss, David, 1937- (2009-02-27)
    A lecture given by Dr. David Strauss at the celebration of the launching of the East Asian Studies program at Kalamazoo College. Dr. Strauss speaks about Kalamazoo College student (1904-1905) and renowned Japanese novelist ...
  • Emancipated Spirits: Portraits of Kalamazoo College Women 

    Griffin, Gail B., 1950-; Csete, Josephine; Moerdyk, Ruth Ann; Limer, Cheryl (Kalamazoo, Mich. : [s.n.], 1983 (Kalamazoo : Ihling Bros. Everard Co.), 1983-05-01)
    From the preface: "This is a book about pioneers. It begins with an account of the life of a woman who arrived in Michigan in 1843, when it was still mostly vast forest. It ends with the story of another woman, who arrived ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No. 3 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-11-03)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated November 3, 1862, from a camp near Munfordville, Kentucky. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.1 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-08-31)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated August 31, 1862, from Camp Minty near Detroit, MI. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...